Gene synthesis is the process of chemically synthesizing double-stranded DNA molecules in vitro.
Gene synthesis is the process of chemically synthesizing double-stranded DNA molecules in vitro. It is a powerful tool used in biotechnology and plays a pivotal role in the field of synthetic biology. The main concept of gene synthesis is to assemble custom oligos into long DNA molecules.
|Gene Optimization||Optimization provides better sequence features such as increased mRNA stability, reduced repeats and secondary structures, favorable GC content and a higher expression rate|
|De novo Gene Synthesis||Synthesized DNA sequences from 50bp to 20kbp. 4.0ug plasmid DNA containing gene of interest in pUC57 vector in lyophilized powder form.|
|Site Directed Mutagenesis||Uses a targeted PCR-based process to introduce single or multiple mutations (substitutions, insertions, deletions, or truncations) into existing DNA sequences precisely where you need it. All constructs are sequence-verified and documented to ensure product integrity and accountability.|
|Subcloning||Sub clone the synthesized gene fragment into alternative plasmids (add on service; not stand alone)|
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